2005-present. Energy intake and energy balance monitoring in free living population. The goal of this proect is to design a werable non-intrusive device for monitoring of energy intake and energy balance.
2004-present. Wearable biofeedback device (aka “sensor shoe”) for monitoring of postural control and balance in elderly.
2004-present. Self-powered wireless sensors and energy harvesting.
2003-present. Wireless Intelligent Sensor and Actuator Network (WISAN). A sensor network targeted toward applications of structural health monitoring. The project includes developement of the network hardware, software, sensors, structural health monitoring methods and energy harvesting techniques. Sponsored by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). (more project info…)
2002-present. Sleep state scoring through non-invasive measurements. This project uses the data from Collaborative Home Infant Monitoring Evaluation (CHIME) dataset. Sleep-wake patterns and sleep states are valuable predictors for detection of life-threatening events in infants.
1996-2002. Automatic damage detection for Armored Vehicle Launched Bridge. The targeted goal was creation of automatic system for detection of strutural damage in AVLB. The damage detection was based on identification of changes in strain energy mode shapes. A set of new methods was developed to allow damage detection without a baseline and to alleviate uncertanty in the data caused by noise and environmental varibility.
2002-2003. Evolving hybrid controllers for unstable systems. Learning methods allow to improve control of complex non-linear system. We are looking at ways to apply learning techniques to unstable systems.
1999. Fuzzy Engine for Java. A small and efficient Java code to interpret fuzzy rules expressed as text strings.The following application is written in Java and runs in your browser window. A fuzzy logic example: Load sway prevention by a fuzzy controller.
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